When the Vietnam Moving Wall came to the area for Idabel’s centennial celebration, the amount of memorabilia being donated from veterans of McCurtain County was overwhelming. Acknowledging the need for their own place to honor local veterans, the McCurtain County Veterans’ Memorial Museum opened its doors in 2005. Inside, you’ll find the stories of local veterans told through pictures and other numerous artifacts spread across the 4,000-square-foot enclosure. The museum also features four sprawling acres dedicated to outdoor monuments in memory of the Nation’s most notable conflicts from WWI through the Persian Gulf, Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. Operated by the local American Legion, the museum runs solely on donations. Admission is free.
401 NW 16th
Idabel, OK 74745